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systemctl status = Failed to read server status

Post by Cent_User » 2020/09/03 01:24:16

Regards.

I have CentOs 7 + cPanel.

Last night ALL run fine

Today,
nothing run and GMAIL (CSF) send this emails to me:
Image = https://pasteboard.co/JpioYPQ.png

Then ALL is down, included SSH, port 22, FTP, etc . . .

But I can connect using ip:2087 (WHM) !!!
And WHM include a CONSOLE for user ROOT !

Then I run:

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[root@pepsi ~]# systemctl daemon-reexec
Authorization not available. Check if polkit service is running or see debug message for more information.
[root@pepsi ~]#

[root@pepsi ~]# systemctl
Failed to list units: Failed to activate service 'org.freedesktop.systemd1': timed out
[root@pepsi ~]#
I restart server many times and nothing change.

This is very complex for me.
Then I seek help:

DC say
"give me money then I help you"
cPanel say:
Unfortunately systemd is a component of the OS, not provided by cPanel. In fact it is a pre-requisite for a working server, for cPanel to operate. Your host provider may be best able to advise you, as they would have console access to the server and can investigate directly.
Google say
Internet say
jaja, this case is unique...
... and all my webs is down by more of 20 hours back.



please,
some help ??


What command I can run from CONSOLE-WHM for I repair this system?

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Re: systemctl status = Failed to read server status

Post by KernelOops » 2020/09/03 06:04:23

My suggestion, is to find a professional and pay him to take a look at your server.
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Re: systemctl status = Failed to read server status

Post by Cent_User » 2020/09/03 10:19:24

KernelOops wrote:
2020/09/03 06:04:23
My suggestion, is to find a professional and pay him to take a look at your server.
oh...

I was believe here I could find professional help without cost.

In any case,
some idea about what is happening?

Is a problem with polkit, systemctl, my config, CentOs 7, ... ??

Regards.

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Re: systemctl status = Failed to read server status

Post by TrevorH » 2020/09/03 11:31:44

Unfortunately we do not support any systems with cpanel installed. They replace our packages with their own and render it a non-CentOS system.
CentOS 6 will die in November 2020 - migrate sooner rather than later!
Info for USB installs on http://wiki.centos.org/HowTos/InstallFromUSBkey
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Re: systemctl status = Failed to read server status

Post by Cent_User » 2020/09/03 17:09:34

TrevorH wrote:
2020/09/03 11:31:44
Unfortunately we do not support any systems with cpanel installed. They replace our packages with their own and render it a non-CentOS system.
Thanks by your info.

My experience with cPanel is: TERRIBLE, only is a software of US $45 month.

Unfortunately when I install http://centos-webpanel.com/ customer request cPanel,
but when a company with US $45 by month over millions of licenses, give as "solution":
Unfortunately systemd is a component of the OS, not provided by cPanel. In fact it is a pre-requisite for a working server, for cPanel to operate. Your host provider may be best able to advise you, as they would have console access to the server and can investigate directly.
you only can think in seek other panel, this is a answer ridiculus for a team of "professionals" in web hosting.

In any case,
any suggest to find a solution is welcome.

Thanks

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Re: systemctl status = Failed to read server status

Post by TrevorH » 2020/09/03 17:12:50

Unfortunately when I install http://centos-webpanel.com/ customer request cPanel,
And CWP is worse than cpanel. Please check the batch of CVE's that were recently announced for CWP - 39 of them in total and something like 27 of those were severity 10, the highest you can get, giving instant root access to remote users.

CWP has nothing whatsoever to do with CentOS other than the fact that they use our name without permission.
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Re: systemctl status = Failed to read server status

Post by Cent_User » 2020/09/04 03:51:13

TrevorH wrote:
2020/09/03 17:12:50
CWP has nothing whatsoever to do with CentOS other than the fact that they use our name without permission.
Oh god...
that is NEW info for me.

untill today I was believe CWP = SW development by team CentOs . . .

But if a MODERATOR say that,
then logically IS TRUE !!

Can you recomended a panel != to cPanel with hight security?

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Re: systemctl status = Failed to read server status

Post by TrevorH » 2020/09/04 11:43:08

We don't recommend use of any panel software at all.
CentOS 6 will die in November 2020 - migrate sooner rather than later!
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